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New York I’m back ! I’m going through the Lower East Side to get to the Forward Building, close to Chinatown. In this district, we come across all the communities that make Manhattan such a rich place. Felix Burrichter, the founder and editor of Pin-Up Magazine, has settled at the top of this historic building. On his desk, he shows us a mosaic of colourful photos with Togos a-go go!


In this final episode, we then head north to Chelsea to go to Gagosian, a famous art gallery. Antoine Roset is giving a conference there and I’m seizing this opportunity to walk around with my mic and recorder on… In Paris, French writer Chloé Delaume depicts the Togo as a fictional character.


Lost for words? Follow my journey and find all these personalities on my own map of Togo!


Sofa, Looking for Togo is an adventure and an investigation to try to understand this worldwide success a little better. How did this sofa become such an iconic, inescapable piece of design? Why does everyone want it? What’s its secret? My name is Aurélie Sfez, I’m a journalist and I make documentaries. Come with me on a journey to look for Togo and we’ll see where it leads…


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Written and hosted by Aurélie Sfez. Edition : Charles de Cillia, assisted by Paul Lambert de Cursay. Creative Director : Emmanuel Minelle. Coordination, Copy Editing : Fanny Giniès. Translation : Elsa Najar & Dawn Cornelio. Adaptation : Marc Valenduc, Romain Lefebvre & Julien Sabourin. Voice-over : Kathryn Atkins, Ella Perrin, Richard Doust, Roman Facerias-Lacoste & Eli Finberg. Original music : Aurélie Sfez & Charles de Cillia, mixed by Stéphane “Alf” Briat. Graphic identity : Pierre Manas. Illustrations : Béatrice Bloomfield, Floating Studio. Production : Radio K7 Creative.



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"Sofa, looking for Togo" is an adventure and an investigation to try to understand this worldwide success of the Togo, designed for Ligne Roset in 1973 by Michel Ducaroy, a little better. How did this sofa become such an iconic, inescapable piece of design? Why does everyone want it? What’s its secret? 


My name is Aurélie Sfez, I’m a journalist and I make documentaries. Come with me on a journey to look for Togo and we’ll see where it leads…


“Sofa, looking for Togo” a podcast written and hosted by Aurélie Sfez, edited by Charles de Cillia and produced by Radio K7 Creative.



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